Looking for a cream and blue nursery design? We're loving this one from Esther at Buy Modern Baby! She chose Lullaby Paints in Sabino as her wall color and based the rest of the design on the fantastic Safavieh Chelsea Multi Checked Rug she found.
Luminous Wall Paint from Lullaby Paints is the back drop to this sweet coral and mint colored nursery design inspiration from Esther at Buy Modern Baby. We think the vintage suitcases are such a clever and cute nursery storage idea! And, the knit plush pieces give this modern nursery the perfect, handmade, warm touch. What's your favorite element?
We love seeing what you do with our non-toxic** Lullaby Paints and today we're sharing our newest Lullaby DIY Project of the Month - a gorgeous painted crib and changing table. Kelli and her husband used Lullaby Paints in Moonstone for this furniture project and we think it couldn't have turned out any better.
Today's Lullaby DIY comes from Britany at 32 Turns and it couldn't be any more heart-warming! Her DIY chalkboard lunchbox is not only clever, easy, and quick - it's also an awesome way to add a little extra love to every day. Here's what she says:
Today's Lullaby DIY comes from Katie at Tied Ribbon and her project couldn't be any easier. She used our Lullaby Paints Chalkboard Kit in Sharp Cheddar to create these adorable, fun, and DIY chalkboard stacking blocks for her son. Here's how:
Our November Color of the Month is Blaze, a nod to autumn leaves, pumpkins, and cozy fires. While this rich hue adds warmth to any room in your home, today we're featuring dark orange decor and Blaze colored nursery ideas. Enjoy!
Today's DIY with Lullaby comes from Danielle of the blog 2 Little Superheroes. She gave her son's room a quick and easy update with a DIY chalkboard using Lullaby Paints Slate gray to make a two tone wall design. It makes a great visual focal point in the room, it's fun for the kids to draw on, and it's made with non-toxic** paint. That's what we call a win, win, win project!
Esther from Buy Modern Baby created this modern, whimsical nursery design inspiration using Lullaby Paints in Wake - a gray tone with undertones of green that create a great foundation for the aqua and lemongrass accents. She points out how using neutral colors for baby nursery means your space and furnishings are more adaptable and can give you a lot more bang for your buck. She says:
Today’s DIY with Lullaby was created by April from April Golightly. She just welcomed a beautiful baby girl to her family and wanted to personalize her perfectly pink nursery. (Lullaby Paints Cotton Candy Pink with a Slate gray chalkboard wall - adorable!) April picked up some basic wooden letters from her local craft store and used her leftover wall paint to make customized wall art that spells her daughter’s name. Want to try this DIY nursery decor project? Here are the easy-peasy directions:
Today's DIY with Lullaby comes from Carissa at Creative Green Living and she tackled a project we had honestly never considered -- but we absolutely love! She took our super-durable Lullaby Paints chalkboard paints to a new level by painting the side of her refrigerator. Want to try this project, too? Here's how to make a DIY chalkboard painted refrigerator: